Royal Wedding Cars : William and Kate

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Royal Wedding Cars : William and Kate

March 5th, 2013 admin 
Royal Wedding CarsRoyal Wedding Cars, The royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton took 29 April 2011 . Here’s a look at the cars for the royal wedding is to be used to arrive at Westminster Abbey. The British royal family owns several classic cars and some of them will be used during the royal wedding.
Kate place along the Mall is expected in a sedan that will them from the fleet of the Queen’s.
Her fiancé Prince William, also 28, and the rest of the royal family including the Queen and Prince Charles, will follow as the department head on Friday 29 April 11:00.
But for those who need one-and-a-half-mile route between Buckingham Palace and the Abbey, a disappointment at the size that will follow the ceremony will be illuminated feed.
Unlike their discreet arrival at the Abbey, William and his bride is an impressive spectacle with thousands of marching soldiers and military ties arise Mounted Arms.
A procession of horse drawn carriages State Landau princess Catherine, and the royal family on the mass market when they return to Buckingham Palace to Parliament Square, Whitehall, Horse Guards and the mall. Here’ s the detail about Royal Wedding Cars.

Royal Wedding Cars

Royal Wedding Cars : Rolls-Royce Phantom VI Landau Lette
Kate Middleton

Kate Middleton uses the Queen’s Rolls-Royce Phantom VI Landau LetteKate Middleton uses the Queen’s Rolls-Royce Phantom VI Landau Lette. The royal car was specially built for the Queen in 1977. The roofline of the car was later used as commonly as queen high hats during her public appearances.
Queen Elizabeth II fleet includes two Rolls-Royce Phantom VI, both custom-built Silver Jubilee Car ‘presented by the British car industry its 25th anniversary on the throne in 1977 to celebrate, and a more conventional 1986 model. Silver Jubilee car, with its high roof and larger glass area, the “Number One State Car” and the introduction of two Bentley State Limousine in 2002. Like other State cars, the Phantom VI, no registration plates and a special Royal Standard and weapons mount. When using the Queen, the Spirit of Ecstasy is replaced by a custom-made solid silver model of the St. George killing the dragon. On the evening of December 9, 2010, the car was attacked by protesting students, as did Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, the Royal Variety Performance in London. The couple was unhurt but the car was covered with paint and hit one of the side windows. While the car windows were biased, was not armored.

Video Royal Wedding Cars Kate Middleton leaving Goring Hotel with Rolls-Royce Phantom VI Landau Lette

The Phantom VI Rolls-Royce was the last one with separate chassis. It featured front coil springs, leaf springs and rear drum brakes all round. The car was a twin SU carburetors driven 6230 cc (380 cu in) 90-degree V8 with a bore of 104 mm (4.1 in) and a stroke of 91.5 mm (3.60 in), coupled with a 4-speed automatic transmission. 1979 upgrade to a displacement of 6,750 cc was (412 cu in) increases, was replaced a 3-speed automatic transmission with torque converter and separate front and rear air-conditioning units were provided.

Royal Wedding Cars : Bentley State Limousine
Prince William

Interestingly, Prince William arrived at Westminster Abbey in a Bentley, a car brand that Rolls-Royce competitor for several years. This special Bentley cars in the royal wedding was used was specially built for the queen. It is bigger, longer and heavier than a normal Arnage as it was equipped with armored bodywork protection to its occupants themselves from land mines.

Royal Wedding Bentley State
Royal Wedding Bentley State Limosine

Bentley State Limousine, which carried out the groom, had made ​​one of the most exclusive cars because the only one ever.
Designed with inputs from the queen herself, Prince Philip and the head this customized limousine chauffeur makes it perfect for the royal family’s demanding standards.
Understandably, the details of this unique saloon are slim. Three meters long, 10 inches taller and six inches wider than a standard Bentley Arnage, it will be changed from a twin-turbo 6.75-liter V8 engine, Bentley Arnage R version to 400 hp (300 kW) generate electricity supplies and 616 pounds • ft (835 N • m) of torque. The top speed is 130 mph (210 kph). It is equipped with wide doors that open coach on the back of almost 90 degrees equipped.

Video Royal Wedding Cars Prince William and Prince Harry going to Westminster Abbey by Bentley State Limousine

The car was armored body and glass, a mine-resistant floor, a cabin that can be sealed against a gas attack, and Kevlar tire if enforced. These security measures increase the weight of the car almost 4,000 kilograms.
The only place in the car is the leather of the driver, as the Queen and Prince Phillip prefer sheep’s wool lining to their seats. British textile manufacturers Hield Brothers produced using the lambswool satin fabric for the upholstery of the rear seats.

Royal Wedding Cars : Aston Martin DB5 Convertible

Royal Wedding Car
Royal Wedding Car
Prince William took his father’s 1969 Aston Martin DB5 convertible for a small ride around the Mall with his newly wed wife Duchess Catherine. Prince William driving them by himself through the crowds in front of Buckingham Palace on his way to a Royal Wedding party. The royal wedding car traveled down the procession route with top down and minimal security. A lone Range Rover followed the Aston and a RAF Rescue helicopter, much like the ones flown by the Prince, flew above with a flag waving below.

Royal Wedding Cars Aston Martin DB5
Royal Wedding Cars Aston Martin DB5
The Aston Martin DB5 was published in 1963 and in case you are curious about the “DB”in honor of David Brown, head of the company until 1947 1972nd With a 4.0-liter all-aluminum engine of the DB5, with speeds up to 145 km/ h, but Prince William and his new bride to the nice cars rolling around the place about five to 10 miles per hour.

Royal Wedding Cars Aston Martin DB5 William Kate
Royal Wedding Cars Aston Martin DB5 William Kate
Never thought it would be a biofuel angle to the Royal Wedding, but as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge left Buckingham Palace to the royal residence Clarence House, they drove away in a “convertible Aston Martin Volante DB6 MKII is blue in Seychelles in the possession of his Father, HRH The Prince of Wales “, which goes to 85 percent ethanol.
Royal Wedding Cars
“In June 2008, at the express request of the Prince of Wales, the interested should want his cars to be operated in a sustainable fuel, the Aston Martin was converted into bioethanol E85 will be operated.

Video Royal Wedding Cars The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge leave Buckingham Palace in an Aston Martin DB5

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